FORENSIC BALLISTICS PART 2

Posted: May 5, 2013 in Uncategorized

FORENSIC BALLISTICS

MEDICOTIMES - PGMEE

NOTE : go through PART 1 OF THIS TOPIC FIRST, FOR BETTER UNDERSTANDING BY CLICKING ON LINK PROVIDED BELOW

http://pguploads.com/2013/04/21/forensic-ballistics-part-1-firearms-and-ammunitions/

Q1] IN A FIREARM INJURY THERE IS BURNING , BLAKENING , TATTOING AROUND THE WOUND, ALONG WITH CHERRY RED COLOUR OF SURROUNDING TISSUE AND IS CRUCIATE IN SHAPE , THE INJURY IS …..[AI 2005]

[A] CLOSE SHOT ENTRY

[B] CLOSE CONTACT EXIT

[C] CONTACT SHOT ENTRY

[D] DISTANT SHOT ENTRY

ANS = [A] CLOSE SHOT ENTRY

Presence of burning, blackening, tattoing signifies it to be close shot entry.

Cherry red colour at entrance wound is due to carbon monoxide that is formed due to flame that is produced from burning of gun powder at the entrance wound. Bcoz flame is found at short range the cherry red colour is seen contact > and close range shots only.

Cruciate shaped wound is seen when wound of entry is over a…

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